Monday, July 30, 2007

If you want to know me, read this . . .

I found the webpage that perfectly describes me (and maybe you, if you know Myers-Briggs junk):

Here is me:

ENTP: The Mad Scientist

The ENTP, like the ENTJ, is charismatic, outgoing, and intelligent. ENTPs are often quickwitted, clever, and genial; they typically display a highly organized, rational cognitive ability which makes them natural scientists and inventors.

ENTPs are creative, complex people who seek to improve their understanding of the natural world, usually by building armored fifty-story-tall robotic monsters with iron jaws and death-ray eyes, or by creating genetically mutated plagues that spread unstoppably across the land, turning all who are contaminated into mindless zombie drones. They are less likely to want to conquer the world than to destroy it utterly, reducing it to nothing but slag and rubble--though this is often merely a side-effect of their pursuit of knowledge.

RECREATION: ENTPs enjoy recreational activities which challenge them physically and intellectually, such as water skiing and porting Linux to their iPods. They are also fond of collecting gadgets like combination cellpone/PDAs and orbiting arsenals of brain lasers, which they may port Linux to as well.

COMPATIBILITY: ENTPs and ENTJs make natural companions, as the one's unspeakable hunger for power complements the other's unspeakable hunger for knowledge. They do not generally build successful relationships with ESFJs, as ENTPs they are prone to behaving in inconveniently erratic ways, which pisses ESFJs off to no end; and because ENTPs simply do not know how to dress appropriately for formal occasions.

Famous ENTPs include Spencer Silver (the inventor of Post-It Notes), Robert Oppenheimer, and Dr. Jeckyll.


Find yourself at: http://www.xeromag.com/fun/personality.html

3 comments:

BAB said...

That is one of the funniest things I have seen. I couldn't even read them out loud to Audra because I was laughing so hard.

My favorite part of mine (INTP) was:
INTPs make ideal companions to INTJs, as neither of them notices they're in a relationship.

David Malouf -- said...

I, too, had a hard time reading it out loud

Anonymous said...

Wow, is that funny! I've been thinking a lot about going back to work in a year or so and have been doing a lot of soul searching. I was glad to learn that, as an ISFJ, I'd do well as a "teacher, doctor or crack whore." My life is finally starting to make sense.

Aubrey